Chicago victory puts end to Lynx season

Minnesota Lynx guard Aerial Powers finds herself surrounded by Chicago Sky players Diamond DeShields (1) and Dana Evans (10) during the WNBA playoffs. Powers finished with a game-high 24 points.
Photo by Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald

The Chicago Sky put an end to Minnesota Lynx’s postseason defeating them 89-76 in a WNBA playoff game at the Target Center last Sunday afternoon with guard Courtney Vandersloot led the way with 19 points.

Guard Aeriel Powers led Minnesota with 24 points, guard Kayla McBride had 19, and center and WNBA Defensive Player of the Year Sylvia Fowles chipped in 17.

Guard Kahahleah Copper had 16, center Azura Stevens added 15, guard Diamond DeSheilds scored 14, and forward Allie Quigley chipped in 11 for Chicago.

Copper also had 10 rebounds for the Sky. Powers’ performance was one to remember.

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Dr. Mitchell Palmer McDonald is a contributing columnist to the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder. He can be reached at mcdeezy05@gmail.com.

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